Strategies for video4change

Source : WITNESS
At the core of WITNESS is our steadfast conviction that video is a uniquely powerful tool for human rights change. But citizen video doesn’t often reach a standard for it to be considered legal evidence; and simultaneously, legal systems around the...
Source : InsightShare
A look at the processes and learnings from participatory video training in Northern Kenya.
Source : InsightShare
A look at the processes and learnings during participatory video training in Nagaland.
Source : InsightShare
A look at the processes and learnings from InsightShare's participatory video training in Ethiopia.
Source : InsightShare
Summary of a 3-stage capacity building programme aims to pilot participatory video as a tool for community development in the Ayeyarwady Delta.
Source : InsightShare
Over the past few years InsightShare have facilitated some exciting participatory video programmes during which they worked with inspiring people on six different continents. These project reports provide insight into the stories, impacts and...

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Relevant Blog Posts on v4c.org

This post looks at the work of Professor Clemencia Rodriguez who has spent twenty years researching and supporting citizens’ media initiatives in Colombia. In reporting on a talk and workshop Clemencia gave last week in Sydney, I consider what the...
A collaborative paper by Tanya Notley, Sam Gregory (WITNESS) and Andrew Lowenthal (EngageMedia) published in Volume 9 of the Journal of Human Rights Practice, Oxford University Press.Access the paper here.
By Jessica Mayberry and Lucy HannanIn December 2016, the Video4Change (V4C) network organized a panel at Transparency International’s 17th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) in Panama on the subject, ‘Exposing Corruption with Digital...
Video4Change network member organizations Video Volunteers, InsightShare, InformAction TV and EngageMedia will be conducting a session titled, 'Exposing Corruption with Portable Camera Technology' at the 17th IACC conference in Panama on 2 December...
The Right to Education (RTE) Act has laid down norms and standards for schools to ensure inclusive and quality education for all children of India. All the elementary schools have to comply to these rules. Unfortunately, many schools, especially in...
From 24-26 August, EngageMedia participated in the Southeast Asia Video for Change Forum, which was held as part of the Freedom Film Festival in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The festival is considered to be the most established human rights and...
By WITNESSWe are in the moment of an explosion of opportunity and hype around the possibilities of the ‘wildfire’ of immersive media – the ‘empathy machines’ of virtual reality and the breathless urgency of personal live-streaming video via Facebook...
Video for Change practitioners can no longer get around impact. Donors require video-makers to measure their impact and lately, a lot of attention has been given to video’s role within society and civic movements. Britdoc’s Impact Guide is...
Ever since I started my work for the Video4Change Network, which was in late November 2015, I’ve been continuously confronted with the word, “impact”. More specifically, impact in the context of Video for Change. What is it? How do we measure it?...

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